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Kourabie with Almonds and Cocoa Νibs 280g Agapitos

They are also known in Greece as 'Wedding Cakes' as they are traditionally served at them or eaten at other special events throughout the year such as Easter.
£6.47 excl tax
equates to £23.11 per 1 kg(s)
excluding shipping
SKU: EL1355
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Delivery date 2-8 days
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Kourabiedes or Kourabiethes are almond biscuits or cookies popular in Greece, Cyprus, and Greek communities in Anatolia, as well as across the Greek diaspora. They are related to numerous other biscuits known as qurabiya or similar names found in Ottoman and Persian cuisine.

Kourabie Bites with Almonds and Cocoa Νibs is a delicious handmade Kourabie in a Gourmet package, using the authentic & traditional recipe combined with Almonds and Cocoa Νibs, pure ingredients and without added preservatives.

These Greek 'Kourabiedes' are very well made and are even easier to eat! They are also known in Greece as 'Wedding Cakes' as they are traditionally served at them or eaten at other special events throughout the year such as Christmas or baptisms (christenings), though they're seen in Greece year-round.

However, they can also be eaten at any time. Dusted in flour, there is Greek shortbread and almonds in this version with a touch of Cocoa Νibs. It tastes really wonderful and gives these Kourabiedes a light essence.

Kourabiedes or Kourabiethes are almond biscuits or cookies popular in Greece, Cyprus, and Greek communities in Anatolia, as well as across the Greek diaspora. They are related to numerous other biscuits known as qurabiya or similar names found in Ottoman and Persian cuisine.

Kourabie Bites with Almonds and Cocoa Νibs is a delicious handmade Kourabie in a Gourmet package, using the authentic & traditional recipe combined with Almonds and Cocoa Νibs, pure ingredients and without added preservatives.

These Greek 'Kourabiedes' are very well made and are even easier to eat! They are also known in Greece as 'Wedding Cakes' as they are traditionally served at them or eaten at other special events throughout the year such as Christmas or baptisms (christenings), though they're seen in Greece year-round.

However, they can also be eaten at any time. Dusted in flour, there is Greek shortbread and almonds in this version with a touch of Cocoa Νibs. It tastes really wonderful and gives these Kourabiedes a light essence.